Lady’s House Since its premiere, it has continuously faced waves of mixed praise and criticism. Some people think that the film is funny and humane, while others are tired of the dramas that are too heavy in the movie. There are also some opinions that, Lady’s House is another version of The Godfather, still a story about the conflicts and quarrels in the family of many generations of ordinary workers with a not-so-well-off life.
Consecutive word Godfather arrive Lady’s House and web drama Dead End Alley, Tran Thanh more or less faced with comments that he was abusing the story of the poor to lure the audience and tear viewers’ eyes. Before these comments, Tran Thanh had the following responses at a movie promotion:
“There are many people who say that Tran Thanh clings to the stories of the poor to attract the majority. That’s not true. Tran Thanh himself comes from the poor, was not born rich. In the past, my family used to be a family. a culvert, then my parents did a good job but they weren’t very well off, I lived in a lot of poverty so that I grew up, struggled and got where I am today.
During that process, I have to thank life for letting me be born as someone who was not rich, so I have witnessed more things in life. I want to say something to that group of people (meaning the working poor), when they can’t really share it with anyone.”
Tran Thanh at a promotion for Ba Nu House (Photo: FBNV)
It can be seen that with Tran Thanh, it is the difficult past that has become an inspiration to help him create and make art. Not long ago, he also posted a picture of that day – now of himself and his sister Uyen An with the status line “Difficult childhood, for me, is a legacy!”.
Currently, after 11 days of release, Lady’s House has grossed 300 billion in box office revenue, breaking the record of Godfather. With this momentum, the number 400 billion is probably just an overnight.